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with just two pills. good eye. >>> leading 1k3er789s on science and technology warned of did devastating effects on economy and education if budget cuts go into effect on march. the sequester, among those testifying, shirley ann jackson, and joins me now.the sequester, testifying, shirley ann jackson, and joins me now.into effect on. the sequester, among those testifying, shirley ann jackson, and joins me now. welcome. you're no stranker to washington. born and raised here and former head of the nuclear regulatory commission. what are your big concerns about science and technology and the effects of the sequester if it goes in to effect? >> the big concerns are these. science and technology and the basic research that under girds it have been the the basis of over 50% of our gdp growth for 50 years. but the things we take for granted today are based on research that occurred over a 10, 20, 30 year period, even 50 years. and so one has to understand the source of idea generation. secondly, one has to have human talent. and that stall letalent is supp fellowships that come out of federal s
important piece to that puzzle, but it's innovation through technology that's going to be able to reach the masses in ways that we have never been able to do so before. and so a big part of pencils of promise going forward is going to be investment in education technology for those that don't have access. it started with a pencil reading, writing and physical books are really an important piece to solving lobal education but the limitless possibilities that technology will afford us to educate children all around the world is something that i get really, really excited about. >> cenk: now we have another amazing story. a tour's been started called epic, every day people in cries highlighting the homeless crisis. they are calling themselves the babes of wrath. diane in 2005, it was a 20,000-mile journey in 24 different states. they join us in the studio, thank you for joining us. >> happy to be here. >> cenk: tell me about the tour, how does it work, who do you see, what do you do? >> we traveled to different communities throughout the southwest to help people understand that there are
absorb carbon out of the atmosphere. it's not a bad idea to find ute what technological applications to solve the carbon crisis that we're facing. but unfortunately a lot of the science is still in early stages and may have additional side effects that we don't fully understand yet. >> what are side effects? this is changing the bottom of the ocean, right? >> conceivably, what would happen is the phytoplankton at the surface would grow, according to minerals and iron that we seed the ocean with. and those would absorb it, being a plant those would absorb in decay absorb carbon, oxygen, and see sequester carbon out of the air. we don't know all of the potential impacts that they can have for food chains, also algae blooms toxic to animals as well as humans. early days of understanding what the long-term ramifications of the geoengineering would be. >> the ocean acidification. where are we going to go when our oceans die? when those oceans die, if they do, that's, to me, more important than the land being dry or getting more rain because of global warming climate change. we have to do
with new technologies and improving technologies has provided what now appears to be a surplus of oil and gas in this country. we're looking for ways to export natural gas. when i first came to congress, some of the big hearings 10 years ago were about what are we going to do, we have run out of natural gas? the farmers and the chemists were concerned. we wanted to bring liquefied natural gas from other countries. now we're looking at ways to get that on the world market and perhaps reduce our trade deficit. that's a good story. if the president wants to talk about that, i'm happy to listen. host: republicans have said if we are going to avoid the across-the-board spending cuts, we need a long-term deal on entitlement reform. where would you and how would you change medicare? guest: those two statements are not related. the sequester will happen. entitlement reform was left out of the last sequester equation. there will be other budgetary cuts down the road. those must affect -- 10,000 people a day joining the ranks of medicare. the advance and complexity, what we're able to do in med
the beginning of long unending conversation about drone technology, which is actually much bigger than this extremely serious issue. you know, it's only going to get birg and more complex from here. i think it's fwood that the president is taking these steps to make it a little more transparent now, but i think there will be increasing pressure because we're going to see more use of drones in our own airspace. i mean, not necessarily for targeted killings, you know, but surveillance certainly. we're seeing this start to happen already, and i think when the drones come home, there will be a little bit more public awareness of what this technology means for us and the way that we live. >> in terms of the changing -- i mean, given where the aclu has been on this, which is to say i think skeptical at best, are you -- is it your position that you are disappointed in the tack that the president has taken, visa have i national security, you about also transparency. when he came into office, it was amid promises to close guantanamo. there have been many people that have made that very difficul
.i.a.'s drift toward becoming a paramilitary organization and put it back on course. for all the technological advances america's made in the decade of fighting al qaeda, it still needs all the old tricks it learned in the day before spy satellites and droughns drones. more and better human intelligence in sources on the ground will result in more accurate targeting. that would be a yemen model that actually worked and a lasting and more effective counterterrorism legacy for mr. obama's second term. gregory johnson from "the new york times." another good article by patrick pool on june 6 of 2012. obama's assassination czar, a relatively unnoticed article, this is from the article, quoting, by associated press reporter kimberly dozer two weeks ago outlining new obama administration policy changes which consolidated power for authorizing drone attacks and assassinations under political appointees within the white house. the article identified -- identifies white house counterterrorism chief, john brennan, as the official assuming the role of obama's de facto assassination czar. raising concerns
arms seller. we're taking the leading edge on the drone technology. we're regularly killing people in countries we're not even at war with. so i guess in this opaque system you talk about the legalities of it. it's about making laws so they can do what they want to do which they were doing any way. that i guess--i don't think that if you can rationalize killing anyone--unarmed kids because they happen to be near people you think are bad guys then i think you can rationalize basic basically killing anybody. >> you mentioned the numbers and we have the numbers for the audience right now. they're very telling. let's look at the first ten days of 2014. this is pakistan alone there were seven deadly strikes. at least 40 people killed. 11 of them may have been civilians. that's just an example of the precise operations happening abroad. >> and we're told that al-qaeda has been destroyed yet there has been 132 they had to kill in 2013. sorry. >> just to give you more numbers. between 2004 and 2013 total u.s. strikes were 362. total reported killed, 2629 to 3461. civilians killed, 475 to 8
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barrels... managing wireless costs and technology and more time driving your business potential. looks like we're going to need to order more agaves... ah! oh! ow! ... and more bandages. that's powerful. shareable data plus unlimited talk and text. now save $50 on a droid razr maxx hd by motorola. >>> new jersey's republican governor chris christie is trying to laugh off what potentially could be a problem as he seeks re-election this year, possibly runs for the white house in 2016. let's bring in our national political correspondent, jim acosta. he's walking into the situation room right now. it's a sensitive subject, i admit. what's the latest. >> this is a serious situation, wolf. he is taking it lightly. he may be able to take the punch lines about his waistline, but with him up for re-election and a potential candidate for 2016, the question is how long can he laugh it off. i talked to a former white house doctor today who warns that his health is like a ticking time bomb. >> reporter: sitting down with late night talk show host david letterman, chris christie made light of a diff
in technology and policy, from this years ces international consumer electronics show. monday night on the communicators on c-span2. >> at age 65, she was the oldest first lady when her husband became president. she never set foot in washington. her husband, benjamin harrison, died one month after his inauguration. meet anna harrison and the other people who served as first lady over 44 administrations. first ladies, influence and image, their public and private lives, interest, and influence on the president. season one begins presidents' day, february 18 at 9 p.m. eastern and pacific. >> the atlantic council hosted a discussion on the conflict in mali and stability in that part of africa. french troop surge continuing their advance into areas recently held by islamist militants. this began last year when the government was overthrown in a military coup. separatist groups in the north began fighting for independence shortly after and gained control of a large part of the country. this is two hours. >> good afternoon. my name is peter, i am the director of the michael africa center
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argument for you? >> there are supposedly 70 countries that have some kind of drone technology. but the drone is the instrument of the 21st century when it comes to air power, and that's a reality. the problem comes down to really the morality, and the white house has put out three criteria, including is it an imminent threat? if it were delayed, would it cause greater risk? and is there no other alternative? the problem is those always involve subjective judgments. it's the same thing as firing a gun. it's in the eyes of the person who holds the weapon, and it isn't always a balanced perception, and the truth is that the drones have generated enormous backlash in pakistan particularly, where the united states has used them the most, as well as in yemen, the second highest number of targets. >> dan, robin mentions the morality of it. i hear often from radio listeners who sense a hypocrisy in that they see the obama administration being critical of harsh interrogation methods but going along with the drone program. is there some inherent hypocrisy in that? >> well, there was an
extremely specific on that, ashleigh, what we have been told, it was detection equipment and technology, that would allow the people up top to get a better handle on what was happening below. that could include sound detection equipment, which would be key in a situation like that, to hear what was being said. but from what we understand, the police there in the fbi had a lot of technology at their disposal, this was a request from the fbi to the pentagon and to the defense secretary to see what assets, perhaps, could help. we know the military has used a lot of detection equipment over the years. they have been refining that in their search for ieds in iraq and afghanistan. >> i just want to scoot back out to victor for a moment. i know you were talking to the fbi about this. understandably, they have been cagey about the kind of work they were doing alongside the military and what kind of equipment. how did they qualify it to you? >> reporter: there was that report from people here that boom, the explosion. we wanted to know if there were explosives inside the bunker or if that was us
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ameritrade. using cloud computing and mobile technology, verizon innovators have developed a projective display for firefighters. allowing them to see through anything. because the world's biggest challenges deserve even bigger solutions. powerful answers. verizon. >> let's take a look at the morning papers, "washington post," something we can agree on -- i don't know what harold said -- the nation's capit capitol -- i don't want to hear about it. the capitol has the worst traffic congestion. >> it is the worst. >> spend 67 hours and 32 gallons of gas every year sitting in gridlock. >> you can't get anywhere. >> that's the good news. the bad news projections say it will only get worse. >> i spent my entire childhood watching them rebuild and make new highways. i don't understand. snow wi >> willie, what's in the parade of papers? >> i'll tell you. the archeologists have confirmed king richard the iii remains have been found under a parking lot in england. >> been looking for that guy a while. >> richard the iii whas been missing since 1835. >> and planning to kill a $30 million theme pa
technology. it's a different method of solving a problem. there's no due process at that point. in acts of war, in acts of violence when we proactively or even reactively act against it, this is just more an advanced way of doing it. where is the due process in those other situations? obviously it comes back to the question of andrea as far as the word imminent, but i just see it as a more sophisticated, more technologically advanced way of solving problems. >> you talked about waco. i think it was a horrible mistake by the justice department and the people on the ground to do what they did. i think it was handfisted, and a lot of people died unnecessarily. that said, the government believed at that point that the children inside were in imminent harm. n in imminent danger. i'm not sure how you save the children by burning the place down, but that's the calculation that they made. and that goes back, steve, to the question of imminent. what is imminent? obviously i'd be the first one to say if they have evidence that this guy is planning an attack, kill him. fine with it. but you know w
other plan, but you know, law enforcement has some other things on their side. they have technology and in addition to just following footprints in the snow there's thermal technology that can be used. there's dogs, hound dogs and those things that help police time and time again. >> martha: we're going to hold you over the break, when we come back i want your answer to this question. he has said that he will use survival techniques, if he needs to to survive out there. what's the training in that? what can we expect from this man next? bill daley right after this break. we'll be right back. [ loud party sounds ] hi, i'm ensure clear... clear, huh? i'm not juice or fancy water. i've gotine grams of protein. that's three times more than me! [ female announcer ] ensure clear. nine grams protein. zero fat. in blueberry/pomegranate and peach. five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ woman ] learn from my s
to this position. first, chuck is acutely aware that even in an age of rapid technological advances, our military capability and effectiveness depend on the quality and the morale of the people who serve our nation in uniform, as well as the families who support them. chuck received two purple hearts in vietnam, and he continued to fight for veterans and active duty military personnel. he knows that our people are the strongest assets. second, chuck's experience in vietnam shape his life in perspective. war for chuck hagel is not an abstraction. i am confident that if confirmed, he will ask the hard and smart questions before sending troops into battle. chuck hagel knows that the united states has vital interests that are worth fighting for and dying for. he also knows that war should be a last resort, and that our nation must effectively use all of our tools, not limited only to our military, to protect our important and to protect our vital interests. certainly, mr. chairman, there is a tension in these values, but it is a tension we should welcome in the thought process and in the advice that
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on when this technology turned and used on us or allies. we will have no leg to stand on legal or otherwise. >> that's not true. that's not true at all. al qaeda attacked this nation. we are attacking al qaeda back. there's no -- >> a 16-year-old was not in al qaeda. >> hold on. but the difference is -- >> 700 innocent children were not in al qaeda, toure. that's what's happening. >> it needs to be codified because if we don't -- there needs to be a standard because if we have no standards for otherwises to articulate, when another country wants to use it against us, we don't have an ability to say, well -- there has to be some sort of international protocol how to handle this. >> no matter who's running the administration, yeah. >> all right. >>> up next, the president out this afternoon pushing once again for a grand bargain. yeah, that's out and howard fineman will join us in the guest spot as "the cycle" rolls on for tuesday, february 5th. in honor of new york getting the first country station since 1996, nash 94.7, i'll be offering a diet of country tunes. this is huge, fo
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korea's nuclear technology has advanced back on the dmz it's business as usual. they spot a north korean soldier in the distance. this was once used for prisoner exchanges, until it was abandoned in the late 1960s. the bridge of no return is a stark reminder two koreas are still technically at war. this estranged relationship will deteriorate once north korea conducts it's third nuclear test. which could happen at any time. cnn, seoul. >> so there's an internet video clip, it's going around today. it sounds like bad karaoke but looks like armageddon. watch this. so if you listen closely here, you might just hear what is in the background. it's kind of a cheesy version of we are the world. you might remember that. what the clip is showing, this is manhattan under attack. north korean missiles flying around the world. the video posted by north korean propaganda web site hit the web just a few weeks after north korea successful launch of a satellite. so the original video was pulled from youtube after u.s. video game company complained the north koreans were using scenes from their war game
. and develop other approaches that we have in terms of technology being able to gather the kind of intelligence we need. >> and is that happening? >> yes, it is. >> i don't know if there are -- can you cite to a specific thing that is fostering this kind of change as a result of our tragedy in benghazi? >> i think the intelligence community recognizing the recommendations that came out of the accountability report are taking steps to try to ensure that gap is no longer exists. >> so in terms of just the coordination of that has -- there's some specific steps that are being taken to coordinate between the state intelligence community, and dod. >> that's correct. try to improve the ability to get the intelligence, get to the state department, and then state department based on that can make decisions as to whether or not they should request our help. >> now, in listening to your earlier testimony, i think that some of it was that there seemed to be gaps in terms of the information you were getting as what was happening in benghazi. so have steps been taken to make sure that those kinds of communi
't know exactly what they have gotten from this drone when it comes to technology, but it does look like they have decoded video from the drone's camera. they aired it on state media. that video was posted on youtube. in it we see what appears to be black and white video, aerial surveillance video. the video is accompanied by a narrator identified as a general from iran's revolution guard. the narrator describes what we appear to be seeing. he says the drone is landing at the kandahar air base which is in southern afghanistan in one portion of the video the narrator says this. this air craft has had many flights in countries around iran in operations that have taken place in pakistan. this aircraft has provided guidance. again, cnn cannot independently verify the authenticity of this video, we're still waiting on comments by the pentagon, john, but it looks to be genuine. we stress it looks to be genuine. we look forward to see what the pentagon has to say. john. >> as you pointed out again and again, the u.s. has not commented to us about the authenticity of the videos. they could be fa
and can't ford the sophisticated tracking equipment that we can. this is the technological assistance we can provide. melissa: same thing, though, where we try to enter, you know, a conflict, there's a conflict going on with yemen, and iran chose a side. as we try to choose a side, you never know who you are dealing with, though. >> right. we know the government says they want to do the right thing by all of its people. it's trying to be more democratic and less corrupt, more effective, and i think the united states is backing it, and it's very hard bet because yemen is a very unstable country. melissa: at the same time, i read reports in the "new york times" for example saying things in iran are not as tough as we think it is, that sanctions are not having a huge impact, and the people are not as poor as it seems. do you believe the reports? >> i think the sanctions are cutting the iranians, the big question for me that i really doubt, i do not think that the sanctions, however, severe, are going to lead the iranian leadership to change their mind about developing nuclear weapons p. i d
technology of hydraulic fracturing. so we've seen this improvements that have really dramatically changed the course of production that we would never have dreamed of. i'm going to close with is that we have an opportunity based on a study to generate millions of jobs, trillions of investment, and billions if not trillions of federal, state, and local revenues. we have the opportunity to do this from nonconvention oil alone. what we have right now is a choice. we can make wise decisions moving forward to develop all of the above resources. or we can repeat some mistakes of the past, in particular the proposals for the gas industry are repeated. and we have potential for more regulation which could slow down the whole process. so we have an opportunity once-in-a-lifetime, i've been analyzing energy for 40 years and we can move forward between what we produce in this country from imports from canada we can become energy self-sufficient. i never would have dreamed that was possible five years ago. thanks very much for your time. i will turn it over. >> thank you. we're going to have bob cost
? >> amazingly. the technology is really amazing to help seniors stay home longer. the first device is a medical alert device, lifeline. the senior wears the pend ant around their neck. they can push the button to call for help if they need it. this has an extra feature where there are fall detection sensors built into the pendant button. >> so the senior doesn't have to press it? >> that's right. if they fall and become dis disoriented, which is very common, this summons help for you. >> what does this go for? >> about $40 a month. >> you have it, want peace of mind but spend a little less. >> two big-button senior-friendly phones. and the pend ant button that the senior wears around their neck. you can make and receive calls right from the pendant or backside of the pendant. it has two emergency contacts you can program in if you fall and you're in a jam. >> what is this one? >> mobile alert twice for anywhere you happen to be. if you are out taking a walk, you press one button. the operator comes on the line to find out what's wrong. it has gps technology so they know your exact location to s
for us if every country -- there are roughly 50 countries that i believe have drone technology. what if they were allowed to take their terrorist suspect, wherever they happen to be, and just to drop bombs on them? what would that look like? that's really where we're going. that's what's at stake here for us. it's really not a question about whether people like president obama or whether he doesn't, whether they don't. and i frankly think that president obama has done great disservice to what his ideals were and why we elected him in the first place in 2008, which was around the questions of transparency and human rights. and that's the piece that we actually need to keep our eye in the next four years. >> you mentioned senator ron wyden a moment ago. he is on the senate select committee. he's allowed to know the legal rational that's being offered for targeted killing, as well as all the countries where the killing is where it's happening. but even he can't get answers. and he's promised to bring these issues up at john brennan's confirmation hearings for cia director coming pretty
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